Similar to the fawn-coloured overcoat that Bond wore in Tomorrow Never Dies, Bond wears a dark charcoal grey double-breasted overcoat to a funeral two years later in The World is Not Enough. Last week we looked at the tweed suit Bond wears under the overcoat. This overcoat, likely made of cashmere, has a six buttons on the front in a button-two, show-three configuration and wide peaked lapels with a buttonhole in each. The pockets are jetted without flaps, or the flaps are tucked into the pockets. The dark overcoat is an appropriate garment to wear to a funeral and makes up for the less formal tweed suit underneath. With the overcoat, Bond wears black leather gloves with three rows of stitching on the back of the hand.